Voters took their duties the most seriously in two municipalities in the district of Svidník in northeastern Slovakia, Havranec and Príkra, both of which recorded a 100 percent turnout. The mayor of Havranec was chosen by all 11 registered voters, while in Príkra all 14 people went to the polls.
On the other hand, the lowest turnout was in Veľká Lesná, in the Stará Ľubovňa district in northern Slovakia, where only 57 of 317 registered voters cast ballots, or 18 percent.
11. Dec 2006 at 0:00 | From press reports